Lisa Hummel, born in 1992 in Laupheim, recieved her first organ lessons at the age of seven. She studied school music, church music, conducting and organ in Freiburg an Leipzig. Among her teachers are Martin Schmeding, Thomas Lennartz and Matthias Foremny.
After having won several prizes at the German national youth competition ("Jugend musiziert"), she was prizewinner at the ION Nürnberg, Bach-prize Wiesbaden, Pipeworks Organ Competition Dublin, Braudo Organ Competition St. Petersburg and International Organ Competition Korschenbroich. In 2015, she won the ACV Choral Conducting Competition in Rottenburg. She is recipient of the Cusanuswerk scholarship and the 2020 scholarship of the Märkische Kulturkonferenz.
Lisa has given recitals and concerts throughout Germany. Among these, she has performed in the Frauenkirche Dresden, Philharmonie Essen, Cathedrals of Essen and Freiburg, St. Lorenz Nürnberg, St. Petri Hamburg, St. Marien Lübeck as well as in France, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, Slovakia and Russia.
She attended masterclasses with Hans Fagius, Henry Fairs, Janette Fishell, Matthias Maierhofer, Ben van Oosten, Daniel Roth und Msaaki Suzuki.
From 2014 to 2017, she worked as a church musician in St. Ulrich (Black Forest). During this time, she also conducted the choir of Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg. Between 2018 and 2020, she was artistic director of ensemble avelarte e.V. and musical assistant of the Leipzig Academic Orchestra. Since 2020 she is church musician based in Rottweil.